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The high court and equality court in the Western Cape have jointly ordered the Labia cinema in Cape Town to screen the film Roadmap to Apartheid within 60 days. The film, made in 2011 by an Israeli and a South African, juxtaposes “apartheid” in Israel/Palestine with apartheid in SA. 

The Labia contracted with the Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC), not once but twice, to show the film. The Labia then buckled to Zionist pressures and reneged on its contractual commitments. As evidenced in the film’s trailer on YouTube, the parallels between the two regimes and human rights abuses are glaring...

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